High school football has returned into the D.C. area, with the very first games for many Virginia, D.C. and personal college clubs kicking off this weekend. Here is that the Post’s first ranking of the year, which is upgraded again after Labor Day weekend.
In pursuit of a fifth consecutive WCAC title, the Stags will adhere to a pair of Maryland commits in senior linemen Austin Fontaine along with Evan Gregory.
The two-time defending Maryland 4A state winners haven’t lost because the 2015 playoffs but has to adjust to life with no 2016 offensive All Met Player of the Year Jabari Laws (Army).
The Cadets will spend the first five months of this season playing competition from California, Florida, and New Jersey before turning their attention.
Together with the whole offensive line the Swarmin’ Hornets are trying to find another run through Montgomery County and the Maryland state marching.
The Eagles has to replace the creation of conducting Tyree Randolph, that rewrote the app’s offensive record book back and are following their WCAC title since 1997.
The defending DCSAA winners delivered 18 gamers from the class of 2016 into Division I programs.
Senior quarterback Doc Bonner returns for your Maryland 4A runner-up, whose otherwise dominant season finished with a 42-7 loss to Wise in last year’s state final.
Junior defensive end and tight end Tre Maxwell and the Wildcats are looking to prevent two-time state winner Westfield’s reign in the Virginia 6A North region.
Senior running back Perris Jones and quarterback Seth Agwunobi return into the Maroon’s backfield following last November’s come-from-behind triumph over Georgetown Prep from the IAC title.
Senior scored 21 touchdowns last season. The Cavaliers’ schedule comprises teams from the DMV and Baltimore region.
There is a taste lingering in the mouths of the Patriots following a loss spoiled a year’s undefeated season to rival Broadneck from the first-round of the playoffs.
Senior Daiimon Cleveland returns into the Wolverine’s backfield after posting 10 touchdowns last fall.
Senior quarterback Jaden Faulkner along with the Raiders lead a pack of contenders hoping to end Wise’s dominance in P.G. County.
Penn State perpetrate Daniel George caught 15 touchdowns last season for the Clippers ahead of their undefeated season came to and end in a triple-overtime loss to equal Potomac.
Even the Frogs will follow the lead of 6-foot-5, 280-pound offensive speech Devonte Gordon, a Wake Forest perpetrate, since they look to defend their DCSAA class A title.
Senior dual-threat quarterback Michael Mbony returns to direct the Warriors offense after racking up 27 touchdowns through the air and on the floor last fall.
The DeMatha Stags input the season as the favorites to defend their WCAC championship trophy. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)